Ok, here is my opinion.
SARM stands for selective androgen response modifier, which means they are hormone like molecules that act like androgens or “anabolic steroids” in certain tissues without having the androgenic side effects of testosterone. The bad side effects of testosterone are hair loss and prostate enlargement, which a SARM does not promote. But in your product description you specify: “Over the 8 weeks of treatment, The increase in the weight of testis, epididymis, seminal vesicle and prostate of the alcoholic extract dosed rats was 19%, 30%, 31% and 40% respectively." This are not exactly the effect we are expecting of a SARM. If enlarged prostate is what people are looking for then psarm can be a good thing.
A true SARM should not affect testis or prostate.